Welcome to the Arsenal Home Learning resource pack, featuring forward Lisa Evans.
These literacy, numeracy and PE activities are directly based on the National Curriculum. The activities are suitable for children in Key Stage 2 (aged 7-11), although younger children may require some additional support. Share photos of your children’s work on Twitter using #AFCHomeLearning.
Please note that for a number of these activities, you'll need to download the writing template located at the bottom of this page.
Reading: Complete the reading comprehension on Lisa. Find out all about Evans’ amazing footballing career so far. Then see how much you remember by answering the questions. Available as an online quiz here or worksheet below:
Writing: Join the debate and complete Evans Eleven. Imagine a team with Lisa Evans playing in every position. Would they be able to complete in the WSL? Download the instructions below and and the writing template from the bottom of the page:
Tackle Lisa Evans’ numeracy quiz. Based directly on the National Curriculum, children can keep their maths skills sharp by completing this quiz on a wide range of numeracy topics. The activity is aimed at years 5 and 6, younger children may need support. Access the online quiz here
These PE activities are focused on pace, passing and resilience. The Lisa Evans-inspired pack will help you to develop these skills. Designed for the home, they require no specialist equipment. Download the resources below:
Art: Practice your sketching in draw the second half. Complete the portrait of Lisa Evans by drawing the other half of the photo. Share your portraits with us at #AFCHomeLearning. Download the resource below:
Fun: Try and find all the shapes in I Spy. Count all the different shapes you can see in this challenge. Suitable for all primary school-aged children:
If you have access to a printer, feel free to use our writing and plain templates below. Otherwise, activities can be completed online, on a tablet or computer, or on plain paper.
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